cytotechnology


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cytotechnology

(sī″tŏ-tĕk-nŏl′ō-jē)
Microscopic examination of cells to identify abnormalities.
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1999, "Disposable bioreactor for cell culture using wave induced agitation," Cytotechnology.
Even those studying to enter the occupation don't always understand what they're getting into, says Joe Walker, a cytotechnology education coordinator at Albany College in New York.
More than 1800 students are enrolled in the college's programs in dental hygiene, nursing, physical therapy, environmental health, nuclear medicine, cytotechnology, community and public health and medical technology.
Awareness of the Alabama Academy of Science was given to the Director of the Cytotechnology Program at Auburn University Montgomery (Sonya Griffin) in the hopes of adding yet another discipline to the Health Sciences Section.
She uses multiple ethnographic techniques and sites: most central are participant observation in a cytotechnology lab where amniotic fluid samples are processed for chromosomal information; interviews with hundreds of pregnant women considering or undergoing amniocentesis; attendance at events sponsored by disability rights activist groups and interviews with some of those activists; and observation of genetic counseling sessions.
Rapid improvements in cytotechnology and in information transmission capabilities should quickly lead to improved feasibility of single-visit programs for high-grade cervical lesions, Dr.
Advances in cytotechnology and improvements in information transmission capabilities are occurring rapidly and should quickly lead to improved feasibility of single-visit programs for high-grade cervical lesions, Dr.
It may take longer for Pap test results to come in if something is not done soon to address a growing personnel crisis in the Cytotechnology field.
The college also offers a doctor of pharmacy and master's degree programs in pharmacy administration; health outcomes research; pharmaceutical sciences; biotechnology; cytotechnology and molecular cytology; and biotechnology-cytotechnology.
Cattabeni, "Induction of DNA double strand breaks in cultured mammalian cells exposed to hydrogen peroxide and histidine," Cytotechnology, vol.
The first cytotechnology student, a native of Cusco, Peru, completed her yearlong course of study in May 2011 and has since assumed the post of full-time cytotechnologist at the clinic.
2006, "Introduction to animal cell culture technology--past, present and future" , Cytotechnology, 50: 1-7.